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Based in Brooklyn and Berlin, Radish Lab empowers social change organizations with creative consultation and collaborative, community-focused storytelling and technology. Some of Radish Lab's core services include development, website design, infographics, interactive tools, mobile app designs, prin...
Based in Brooklyn and Berlin, Radish Lab empowers social change organizations with creative consultation and collaborative, community-focused storytelling and technology. Some of Radish Lab's core services include development, website design, infographics, interactive tools, mobile app designs, print collateral, editorial content, data visualizations and full-scope branding and design projects. The Radish Lab team also offers advice on social impact for RFPs, SEO, and other digital strategies. G
Graphic & Print Design
Creative Agency Services
Wordpress Website Design
Drupal Website Design
Ruby on Rails
User Experience Design
Search Engine Optimization
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Social Media Marketing
Content Marketing & Copywriting
American Cancer Society
Brooklyn Navy Yard
International Rescue Committee
the DO School
The Guggenheim Museum
American Museum of Natural History
The Linux Foundation
The Tobacco Atlas
The Tobacco Atlas has grown to become one of the leading resources on tobacco use and its impact on world health and is now in its sixth edition.
ServicesContent StrategyData VisualizationPrint Report DesignWebsite
ChallengeAfter five editions of consistently high-quality publications, the American Cancer Society and Vital Strategies sought to create a more readable and engaging experience for users perusing the Atlas. With loads of data and no clear hierarchy of where to look or go next, they wanted the Sixth Edition of the Tobacco Atlas to capitalize on interactive opportunities, have a stronger narrative, a unified visual language, and an easy-to-use digital system both for users and administrators.
SolutionOne of the main challenges with the previous print report was that it overwhelmed the readers with data and the content flow was cluttered. To fix this, we prioritized the creation of a narrative, using an illustrator to draw custom visuals for every chapter to connect the reader to the content. We also trimmed down the amount of data by prioritizing what needed to be in print and what could live online-only, and then designed clear invitations for the reader to find more on the website.
For the interactive version of the Tobacco Atlas, we took these same strong visual and narrative storytelling principles guiding the print design, and leveraged interactive elements and web best practices to create a digital resource. What were static maps in the print report are now dynamic data visualizations, and the illustrative components create a unique experience for the user. Through powerful calls to action (CTAs) and intentional UX design, we worked hard to better anticipate ways to keep the user on the site and engaged. The website is also translated into multiple languages, making it accessible to a broader audience.